ACLU Offers Help For Britney Spears as #FreeBritney Movement Continues

'We are here to help her' the organization said on Twitter

The #FreeBritney movement continues to gain momentum as the American Civil Liberties Union has offered the pop star their assistance.

The ACLU sent out a tweet saying, “People with disabilities have a right to lead self-directed lives and retain their civil rights.”

“If Britney Spears wants to regain her civil liberties and get out of her conservatorship, we are here to help her,” the tweet continued.

The tweet comes just days after Britney’s legal team filed documents outlining her intentions to remove her father as her sole conservator. Spears says she wants Jodi Montgomery, who served as her temporary personal conservator for a year, to be her personal conservator permanently.

Earlier in August, Jamie Spears broke his silence on the #FreeBritney movement saying he’s been stalked and has been targeted with death threats.

Spears likened the movement to a conspiracy theory saying, “all these conspiracy theorists don’t know anything. The world don’t have a clue."

He attributed the decision to speak out about it due to claims his family is in danger from people taking the #FreeBritney movement too seriously.

"People are being stalked and targeted with death threats," he claimed, adding that his daughter and the family "don’t want those kinds of fans."

The court filing also revealed Britney’s desire to not perform live anytime soon. The documents seek to terminate any performance obligations currently outstanding, which includes her Las Vegas residency.

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